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Top five cities with famous cuisine

Pizza is a popular option around the country.

Pizza is a popular option around the country.

America is full of great food options, and if you are a connoisseur of regional and unique cuisines, then there may be plenty of options throughout the country. Depending on what you like, there may be a perfect place to bring your moving boxes.

Pizza is a popular food option throughout much of the country, and many cities put their own, unique twist on this staple. Chicago is one of the most recognizable spots for pizza, and its citizens are quite fond of their style. The deep dish pizza calls this city home, and it is characterized by its large crust and hefty toppings.

Hot dogs are also a popular option in the Windy City, as the area has its own specific style for the common American fast food fare. The Chicago version is almost more like a sandwich than the typical hot dog, as it is loaded with vegetables, including a large dill pickle.

New York
The Big Apple is also a popular spot for food, and its impressive diversity allows for many food options to flourish. One of the most recognizable food choices in the city is the deli sandwich. There are many famous New York delis that offer large sandwiches. These are typically eaten with a fork due to the bread being small and there being a large amount of meat and cheese in them. Local spots such as Carnegie Deli, Ben Ash and Katz's Deli are some of the most famous in the city.

Pizza is also a staple of the city, as New York has its own style. It is one of the original pizza spots in the country, and there are a vast number of options in the city. Much to Chicago's dismay, area pizza is thin and flat and many pizzas across the country are based on this style.

If you like warm weather and barbecued food, Memphis may be your target destination. The city is a center for southern barbecue and many restaurants around the city offer very good barbecue options. While pork is the common fare, there are also other meats that receive Memphis-style barbecuing.

Barbecue varies from region to region, but this may be one of the most notable options in the country, along with Texas-style and Carolina-style barbecuing.

New Haven
While not as large as the other cities on the list, one of the most populous cities in Connecticut is not one to overlook when it comes to food. The city has its own style of pizza, and like New York, claims to be the home of the dish. This type of pizza is typically eaten with a fork and knife. While just about any topping is available, the area's most popular pizza options are typically without marinara sauce, or with clams.

The Elm City is also home to what may be another first - the hamburger. There are multiple places in the city that sell hamburgers, but only one that has the signature version. That is Louis' Lunch, which is one of the oldest restaurants of its kind still in operation.

New Orleans
If you want something unique and different, you may benefit from going to New Orleans. The city has both Cajun and Creole cuisine, and the options are nearly endless. Seafood is a staple of the local fare, as well as stews and fried options.

Jambalaya and gumbo are two staple dishes in the city, while po' boy sandwiches are also quite popular.